Light and sound can be produced and their properties can be changed.
Students will be able to:
Noise or sound pollution refers to sounds that are annoying and disrupt activities of animals including humans. Mainly, these sounds are caused by artificial sounds like: cars/transportation engines, car horns, ambulance sirens, construction noise, and music playing. The effects on animals and humans can be extensive affecting:
Reducing noise pollution helps reduce the impacts on animals including us and often results in energy conservation as many artificial sounds are caused by sources that rely on power to operate.
The activities in this lesson provide an opportunity to assess individual students on their ability to: